This volume contains the following volumes: brANNEX 5 Agricultural Production Support Services brANNEX 6 Market Prospects for Agricultural Produce brANNEX 7 Livestock brANNEX 8 Forestry and Range brANNEX 9 Fisheries brANNEX 10 Industry brANNEX 11 Settlements and Infrastructure brANNEX 12 Social Infrastructure brANNEX 13 Disease and Disease Vector Control Program brANNEX 14 Environmental Management in Juba Valley br
This data book contains estimates of daily and monthly flows (discharges) at selected gauging stations on the Jubba and Shebelli rivers for varying periods between 1951 and 1989. It supersedes previous publications by the Hydrometry Project which contained provisional data only, and should also be preferred to other published daily and monthly data which will have been based in part on unchecked original data. For this volume all data has been checked, with errors corrected and missing values infilled where possibleit is also the fist time that all the. data has been collected in one volume.
The objective of the Masterplan is to identify the development potential and constraints in the Juba Valley, to define posslble development objectives and to elaborate a development programme which should be considered a first step towards a guided development in the valley.br The Masterplan consists of three main parts: ul liMain Report - contains a summary of all the findings and recommendations (previously presented in two separate volumes) /li liAnnex 1-14 and - document the detalls of the analysis carried out/li li Atlas - comprises maps in support of the analysls presented (referred to as Map 1, 2, 3,. . throughout the Main Report and the Annexes)./li /ul The Masterplan was presented as a Draft Final Report In September 1989. Subsequently, comments were prepared by MJVD and GTZ and Incorporated in this Final Report.
This report describes a flow forecasting model for the rivers Jubba and Shebelli. The model was developed during the Somalia Hydrometry Project, which was instituted and supported by the Overseas Development Administration (ODA) as part of the British Government's programme of Technical Cooperation with developing countries. Staff from Sir M. MacDonald and Partners (now part of Mott MacDonald International)
pObjectives of the studybr To prepare for the multi-purpose management of the bushland the study team was set the objectives listed below.br 1. To identify the major charcoal-producing areas in southern Somalia.br 2. To carry out an inventory to determine the amount of available charcoal from these bushlands.br 3. To study the regeneration of the two main species used in manufacture, Acacia bussel and A. senegal.br 4. To evaluate the present state of the bushland and the effects of charcoal exploitation.br 5. To determine the benefits obtained from the bushland by the three communities present, i.e. the settled rural nomadic pastoralists and the charcoal workers.br 6. To determine the legality of customary rights of land, tree tenure and associated issues.br 7. To advise on the management of the bushlands. /p
The purpose of this report is to provide a brief general description of the topography, drainage, rainfall and evapotranspiration of the areas concerned. Where available, this is supplemented by additional hydrological information. The report is meant to form a basis for future more detailed studies on the subject.br It should be pointed out that lack of data for large parts of the drainage basins (particularly those situated in Ethiopia) has meant that the information contained in this report had to be kept rather general.
(Extract from Introduction text)br In a meeting in Mogambo on 10 February 1988, both Kreditanstelt fur Wiederaufbau (KfW) and Mogambo Irrigation Project (MIP) requested Sir. M. MacDonald and Partners Limited (MMP) to carry out a simple pre-feasibility study to evaluate the possibility of extending Fanoole hydropower supplies to serve Mogambo Irrigation Project. A draft terms or reference for the study handed over to MMP on 13 February 1988 are presented as Appendix 1. This study covers the current output and consumptions from the Fanoole hydropower station together with maximum production capacity and potential further users.
(Extract from executive summary) Somalia intends to increase its arable crop production, ultimately to attain self-sufficiency in cereals (except in wheat which cannot be grown in the country economically), decrease its import requirements of vegetable oils, become self-sufficient in cotton lint and exploit a potential export market in the Gulf and Saudi Arabia for water melons. brThe proposed project area has been found in the course of this study to be potentially suitable to further this overall objective: in most features it is similar, or better, than nearby areas where development projects have successfully increased agricultural production.BR Annexes to this Report:BR Annex 1: SOILSBR Annex 2: WATER RESOURCES BR Annex 3: SOCIO ECONOMICS BR Annex 4: AGRICULTURE BR Annex 5: LIVESTOCKBR Annex 6: ENGINEERING BR Annex 7: JILAAL MOOGI ZONE BR Annex 8: SURVEYS BR Annex 9: MANAGEMENT AND IMPLEMENTATIONBR Annex 10: IMPROVEMENT OF TILLAGE ON CRACKING CLAYSBR Annex 11: TENDER DOCUMENTSBR Annex 12: PRINCIPAL UNIT RATES ADOPTED (CONFIDENTIAL) BR
This publication is a Somalia National Water Center library catologue of information on water and water based resources as at 30 June 1988. The catalogue contains over 300 records presented alphabetically by the author's name. In additon the references include the geographic coverage area and a list of relevant keywords to assist the user in locating the specific information required.